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CheatBook Issue 02/2019  Pick    

Size:   7.8MB

License:   FREEWARE

Publisher:  Publisher | Listed Programs

Release Date:   2019-02-05

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OS:  Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 (32-Bit/64-Bit)

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Reviewed on February 05, 2019

It's always good to have a reliable source to fall back on for cheats. If you remember the earlier days of internet gaming, you probably remember the frustrations that came with great sites coming and going. Even worse, you might remember watching great sites slowly crumble, losing what made them special. That's why it's nice to have something like CheatBook Database, a program that continually brings the best in gaming. Whether you're looking for old-school cheats or the guides to help you dominate some of the most competitive games out there, you'll love what you find in each month's issue.

Excellent Guides and Walkthroughs for New and Old Games

The February 2019 issue of CheatBook is pretty much par for the course when it comes to the software's output. The database has been lovingly updated over the course of the last month, adding a few new games and doing a great deal of work to shore up the available cheats for older games. The software continues to put out cheat codes, but there's a growing number of guides, trainers, and walkthroughs to consider when you're looking at the larger database. In fact, most of what really works this month has a lot less to do with typical cheats than you might expect.

If you've been keeping up with CheatBook, you know that it has a tendency to continue compiling cheats for games long after they've passed the 'flavor of the month' status. There are a number of reasons for this, but what's important is that the old games continue to get support. What's become more impressive, though, is the number of great walkthroughs and guides that the software is putting out for these older games. If you're a completionist, there's a good chance that you'll need one of these guides to get a one-hundred percent completion bonus on some of your favorite games.

January wasn't particularly impressive for traditional computer games. There were a few good releases and those that managed to come out right at the beginning of the year are represented here. Unfortunately, though, that does mean that there's not a lot of truly new content. The move towards games-as-services has done a lot of harm to traditional cheats and the changing nature of games means that a guide that's more than a month or two old might not be useful any longer. If you're looking for the latest releases, you might not get what you need here.

Reliable Source for your Gaming Needs

The good news is that CheatBook is very dependable. If you didn't find what you need here, you'll be sure to get it next month. So long as you are patient, CheatBook will definitely deliver the goods. If you have a backlog of older games or if you really need a walkthrough or a few tips to gain an edge, though, you'll be happy with this month's issue. Take a moment to look at what's available here and compare it to what you own. There's almost certainly something here that will help you in your quest to beat one of your favorite games.

Software Product Description

CheatBook (02/2019) - This edition features 456 PC game cheats, 54 console cheats and 11 walkthroughs.

Current users can update the DataBase directly.

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